Eric Naki's article "Party in conflict" refers. Naki chronicles the conflicts and splinter groups that have marred the PAC.
To be attractto the party, people have to know what the PAC stands for. That's important, and not the promotion of personal interests that are in contradiction to the avowed wish for unity and addressing the aspirations of the African people.
On the patriotic front, the ANC hasn't been frank. In his book Oliver Tambo said the ANC wasn't interested in uniting with the "counter-revolutionary" PAC.
Individuals will come and go, but the PAC will remain.
Sam Ditshego, Kagiso